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DO I HAVE TO REMOVE THE ENGINE?
Hello,

I recently started to hear "knocking" noises from the front left side of my 08 Honda pilot when going over any sort of bumps in the road..more so at slow speed.. Or that's at least when I can hear it most clearly. I'm not sure how serious this issue is. My cars been in two shops the past month. One was to instal a new radiator because there was a leak and the second was for a power steering line. Now a week later this knocking noise... Does everything tend to go at once?

Any ideas/ price to fix estimates would be appreciated!

Thanks,

Tanya
Removed exhaust already
Last summer, I started having an issue with the climate control. When the weather started getting cooler, if I switched from A/C to heat, it wouldn't switch back to A/C with the climate control knob. After a few trips and a few more tries, it would switch over. After we switched it to heat for the winter, it obviously wasn't an issue. Now that the weather is heating up, we desperately need the A/C back on, but can't get it to switch back. Even with the unit completely off, heat seeps out. Any help would be appreciated.
After I changed the car battery, I cannot reset the clock. I push the 'clock' button but there is no sound and the time does not blink. Pushing the hour and minute buttons does nothing.
no codes show up
I had an autobody shop lift the top panel on my 2004 Pilot while it was in there for an accident repair since this water leaking has been an ongoing problem while raining and during a car wash. They didn't find any issues with the panel; however, it continues to leak. I take off the plastic cover of the light to release the water and dry it out. How is repaired?
This worked for 2 days but it came back on tried again but didn't work this time?
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